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The Apocalypse trailer is here in FULL!

DC Has released the greatest trailer of all time

SDCC 2015 closes out with Awesomeness.

This is going to be a must see!

Friday, July 31, 2015

SF: Conan the Barbarian & Conan the Destroyer

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This week Forest begins a four part Arnold Schwarzenegger series, starting with Conan the Barbarian. To aid in Forest's quest of high adventure, and to celebrate the character of Conan, Cory follows with Conan the Destroyer.

The Horror Duo has another chat about found footage because Forest went to see The Gallows, but why?! Jack Black plays R. L. Stein in the new Goosebumps film, NASA visits Pluto, and someone stole F. W. Murnau's Head. All this and women who say "suck me dick". For more Slaughter Film news and reviews, as well as show notes and special events, make sure to visit our website;

00:00 Introduction & Chat
19:30 Forest reviews Conan the Barbarian
44:58 Know Your Horror Trivia
45:02 Cory reviews Conan the Destroyer
69:35 Comments & Conclusion

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Chris Pine Lands Role In Wonder Woman Solo Film

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 Chris Pine was in talks to play Steve Trevor, since may, in 2017’s Wonder Woman, and now it’s a done deal. Speculation was running rampant among fans that Pine was actually up for the role of Hal Jordan, the Green Lantern, but today’s news confirms he’ll be playing Wonder Woman’s love interest Steve Trevor.

Steve Trevor was an intelligence officer in the United States Army during World War II whose plane crashed on Paradise Island, the isolated homeland of the Amazons. He was nursed back to health by the Amazon princess Diana, who fell in love with him and followed him when he returned to the outside world. There she became Wonder Woman (and also his co-worker, Diana Prince).

Wonder Woman is being directed by Patty Jenkins and hits theaters on June 23, 2017.

Channing Tatum Says Adyeu To X-Men Spinoff Gambit


The Wrap is reporting that Channing Tatum has exited the upcoming X-Men spinoff, Gambit. The film was set to shoot  in October, although Tatum’s exit now leaves the film’s future uncertain.

It was recently announced that Gambit would be directed by Rise of the Planet of the Apes helmer Rupert Wyatt with casting reports coming in as recently as yesterday. Today’s update claims Tatum had been involved with screentests for the fim’s female lead with Blue is the Warmest Color and SPECTRE‘s Lea Seydoux among the actresses reading for the part.

With a screenplay by Josh Zetumer (RoboCop), Gambit was to be produced by Tatum and his creative partner Reid Carolin, along with X-Men franchise stewards Simon Kinberg and Lauren Shuler Donner. It is unclear at this stage whether or not Tatum will remain on board the film as a producer, should Gambit move forward.

Gambit is scheduled for release October 7, 2016.

Saturday, July 25, 2015

Ant-Man Redeems Marvel With Sheer Awesomeness [Review]


After Avengers: Age of Ultron I had some reservations going into Ant-Man. AOU was good, but not as great as the first. My fear was that Marvel was starting to shake under its success, so when it was time to sit down to a characters film that was long over due my fears were running wild. Luckily the film could not have been in better hands as Paul Rudd and Peyton Reed pulled off the best solo Avenger film to date, second only to The Winter Soldier.

The Ant-Man cast is one every comic book movie should aspire to achieve, it's called perfection. Paul Rudd carries the movie as Scott Lang, but not without the help of some heavy hitters. Michael Douglas brings an older version of Hank Pym to life as only a seasoned actor of his caliber can. Douglas embodies Pym in every fiber of his being and brings the character full force to the mainstream.  Corey Stoll as the villain, Darren Cross/Yellow Jacket, is what you wanted in Iron Man 3 but didn't get. A bad guy who is smart, evil, cunning, and yet likeable. When Stoll dons the Yellow Jacket suit you know instantly you're in for a hell of a battle. Evangeline Lilly brings a great balance to the film as the female lead. She is the right mix of badass and caring to counteract Pym's straight forward demeanor. She is more than worthy to carry the mantle of Wasp in all future Marvel films and I would put my money on her if she were to fight Black Widow. Last but not least is Michael Pena, who delivers the funniest material throughout the movie. Pena is a hell of an actor and makes every scene he is in count. He is the right mix of funny and badass that you hope he is around for every future installment that involves Ant-Man.

I give huge kudos to Director Peyton Reed and regret ever having doubts about his ability to do a action/comic book movie. Reed paired with DP Russell Carpenter painted a masterpiece here and hopefully Marvel takes note and keeps both of them on for future projects.

The story and plot are so well written that would assume it came from the pages of a pre-existing book, but it didn't. This is an original story tailored to the MCU and it puts Ant-Man on even footing with all the other Avengers.

Bottom line is this, Ant-Man is the best Marvel movie of the year and, in my opinion, the second best in the whole MCU. If you are a comic book fan you owe it to yourself to see this movie, if you're a movie fan you need to see this movie. Any way you cut it there is no excuse to not see this movie. Hands down the most fun I have had at the theater this year.

Ant-Man Rating 10/10 Stars   

P.S. Make sure you stay till all the credits have ended, you will not regret it!

Friday, July 24, 2015

SF: Jaws 19 & Zombeavers

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This week Forest completes his quest to review every Jaws film with his review of Jaws 19 -- as well as several of the other films in between. Cory covers the often recommended and much anticipated Zombeavers - "A nightmare that started as a wet-dream".

The Horror Duo also cover Jarrod, from Subway, being connected to pedophilia, rape-whistles, and Forest introduces Blade Runner at the Erie Art Museum's Film Series. Yep, you can tell already that it's going to be one of THOSE episode, and Forest says it best, "Ya can't escape the Clown Porn". For more Slaughter Film news and reviews, as well as show notes and special events, make sure to visit our website;

00:00 Introduction & Chat
11:42 Forest reviews Jaws 19
19:46 Know Your Horror Trivia
20:45 Cory reviews Zombeavers
38:31 Comments & Conclusion

Monday, July 20, 2015

Adam Green's Holliston Returning For Season 3

Adam Green's Holliston

Maybe there is a God, because my prayers have been answered. Holliston is set to return for a third season next summer on Geek Nation. Adam Green, Joe Lynch, Laura Ortiz, Corri English, and Twisted Sister's Dee Snider will all be returning to the show.

The 10-episode season will premiere in the summer of 2016 on the GeekNation digital network, where real-life film directors Green (Hatchet, Digging Up the Marrow) and Lynch (Everly) already have a hugely successful podcast, The Movie Crypt. “It’s almost embarrassing to admit,” says Green in the official release announcing the deal with GeekNation, “but there we were on a quest to find a new outlet for Holliston where we could continue to creatively make the show our way, but also have it distributed on a platform where absolutely anyone who wants to watch it can easily find and enjoy it…and the answer was literally right in front of our noses the entire time.”

In Holliston, Green and Lynch play two horror-loving Hollywood hopefuls who work at a cable company in the titular Massachusetts town. English and Ortiz portray their respective girlfriends and Snider is the Green and Lynch’s sexually ambiguous boss. The first two seasons of the show also starred Dave Brockie as Green’s imaginary friend “Oderus Urungus,” the persona Brockie adopted as singer for the rock band GWAR. Holliston has also featured cameos from a raft of cult horror actors, including Tony Todd (Candyman), Kane Hodder (Hatchet, the Friday the 13th franchise), and Danielle Harris (the Halloween series, Stake Land).

For the entire press release head over to EW or check out this short I made below when I thought Holliston was gone forever.

Friday, July 17, 2015

SF: Shakma & Barracuda

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This week Forest and Cory cover another pair of animal attack flicks. Forest reviews Shakma -- complete with baboon erections. Cory reviews Barracuda. A film that would like you to think it's a Jaws rip-off, but it's not...somehow.

Forest also shares the many reasons why Terminator Genisys is a poopy mess, Cory remembers the Dino-Damage line of Jurassic Park toys based on the original film, and together, the Horror Duo chat about children watching "R" rated films and their overprotective parents. R.I.P. The Dissolve. For more Slaughter Film news and reviews, as well as show notes and special events, make sure to visit our website;

00:00 Introduction & Chat
32:34 Forest reviews Shakma
48:21 Know Your Horror Trivia
49:12 Cory reviews Barracuda
65:40 Comments & Conclusion

Thursday, July 16, 2015

Leaked World of Warcraft Movie Footage SDCC [4 Minutes]

Leaked World of Warcraft

The Warcraft movie trailer shown behind closed doors at Comic-Con over the weekend has leaked. As is often the case for videos of this kind, the quality is not the best. Still, the video offers an exciting tease for the long-in-development fantasy movie based on Blizzard's gaming franchise.Take a look at the video below. It might get pulled, so you may want to watch it right away. The first official Warcraft trailer isn't supposed to be released until this fall. But maybe after this leak, Legendary will follow Suicide Squad's lead and release an official version right away.

The Warcraft movie is still aiming for a 2016 release date, and if successful, could create a new category of video game blockbusters that play alongside superhero films, novel adaptations, andHollywood originals. We could finally move out of the era where movies like Halo and BioShock sink before they see the light of day, and with other big projects like Assassin’s Creed and The Last of Us on the way, Warcraft may be leading quite a charge indeed.